Carlo Ilari

Carlo Ilari
Personal information
Full nameCarlo Ilari
Date of birth (1991-12-12) December 12, 1991 (age 22)
Place of birthAscoli, Italy
Playing positionCenter Midfield
Club information
Current clubJuventus
Youth career
2001–2010Ascoli
2010-2011Juventus
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
2009-2010Ascoli2(1)
2010–Juventus0(0)
2011-2012Ascoli10(0)
2012-2013FeralpiSalò23(2)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 21 June 2013.

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 21 June 2013

Carlo Ilari (born December 12, 1991, in Ascoli, Italy) is an Italian football midfielder, who currently plays for Juventus in the Italian Serie A.

Club Career

Ascoli Calcio

Ilari began his footballing career within the youth system of nearby club, Ascoli Calcio, who in his early career, were plying their football in the Italian Serie B and later the Serie A. After several seasons within the Tuscan club's youth system, Ilari was finally promoted to the first team for parts of the 2009-10 Serie B season, in which Ascoli finished 16th in the league standings, narrowly avoiding relegation by just two positions. Ilari made his professional debut that season, and in his second appearance for the club, he managed his first career professional goal in the 66th minute of a fixture versus F.C. Crotone. Following an impressive season, Ilari was heavily linked with a transfer away from Ascoli, with Juventus and other Serie A clubs linked with his signature.

Juventus

Ilari officially transferred to Juventus on 31 July 2010, in a player exchange deal. He was purchased in a co-ownership deal for €50,000. The negotiations also saw 15 year old midfielder Lorenzo Marchionni transfer to Juventus, whilst winger, Simone Esposito transferred to Ascoli on a season-long loan deal.. Ilari played with the Juventus youth squad during his first season, as expected. On 19 June 2011, the co-ownership agreement between Ascoli and Juventus was renewed, however, the midfielder would spend the 2011-12 campaign in Serie B with Ascoli. He again returned to Juventus at the conclusion of their undefeated 2011-12 Serie A championship before being loaned out to Lega Pro Prima Divisione side FeralpiSalò. He regularly appeared in the club's starting line-up throughout the 2012-13 campaign, before returning to Turin on 21 June 2013 after Juventus and Ascoli failed to reach an agreement in regard to his co-ownership deal. The bid thus went into blind auctions, in which Juventus' bid proved higher.

External links

  • Ilari Carlo at tuttocalciatori.net
  • http://www.imscouting.com/players/carlo-ilari/
  • http://www.transfermarkt.co.uk/en/carlo-ilari/profil/spieler_119357.html
  • http://www.oleole.com/carlo-ilari/pl1vxm.html
  • http://www.calciatori.com/calcom/almanacco/calciatore.do?id=41732
  • http://www.goal.com/en-us/people/italy/32102/carlo-ilari
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